I'm looking for information on building a macro that will automate making copies of a spreadsheet into another workbook that contains very particular information. My master sheet has lists of my customers and the rep's that service them. What I need to do is have macro buttons for each rep. that will pull all the shops that they service and all information for these shops into another spreadsheet.
Consider two instances of Excel - one with a workbook containing a chart and some VBA code, the other containing a blank workbook. When I paste a chart from the first instance of Excel to the other, all the VBA code from the original workbook is also pasted into a new third hidden workbook in the second instance of Excel! If that weren't weird enough ON WINDOWS XP (but not Windows 2000) if the VBA code included WorkbookOpen or AutoOpen this code is executed in the second instance of Excel, which of course fails if it references sheets that only existed in the workbook open in the first instance of Excel! This is the first time I've seen the same version of Excel do different things on different versions of Windows! Example attached - What's going on!? Auto Merged Post Until 24 Hrs Passes;...note: this does not happen when pasting charts between workbooks open in the SAME instance of Excel
And I also have two cells which are designated as the low and high range. (ie C1 = 85% and C2 = 100%). I need help with the macro for the button that will copy only the rows to a new sheet that fit within the range. So in the example above, pressing the button will create this in a new sheet:
I have a macro that copies rows from my DAILY OCCURENCE sheet that have a YES in them to my MANAGER SUMMARY SHEET and G1 is selected which has a hyperlink that opens a new email with the manager's email address and Subject pre-assigned.
I then have to manually go back to the newly generated summary sheet and select the cells and paste them into the email that was just opened.
Is there a way that the generated rows are already copied in memory and all i have to do is CTRL+V into the new email, or even better, the cells are pasted in the email automatically? So basically either the information being copied over stays in memory, or after it is copied into the summary sheet it is copied again. I just dont know how to copy unpredictable ranges generated by macros.
The code that generates my summary sheet for my manager is below.
I have a csv .txt file that I am importing into Excel, and then creating a pivot-table from that data. This results in 2 tabs within my workbook, pivot-table and data. Using the following code does everything I want it to, but when I re-open the saved .xls file I only have the pivot-table sheet. I'm specifying to save the full workbook, aren't I?!?
Sub format_bgas_flowtracer() Dim v_excel As Excel.Application Dim v_worksheet As Worksheet Set v_excel = CreateObject("Excel.Application") On Error Resume Next Kill "c:oh_for_gods_sake_JUST_WORK_YOU_STUPID_SODDING_THING.xls" On Error Goto 0 v_excel.Workbooks.OpenText FileName:="D:gas_flowtracker_out.txt", Origin:=xlWindows, StartRow:=1, DataType:=xlDelimited, _ ...............
I have a VBA form that the user enters information into and once they click submit on the form the code opens a new workbook and then enters the information from the form into that workbook. What I need is for that code to then save the workbook with a filename from one of the fields entered into the form but I'm not too sure how to do this.
I have an excel workbook that serves as a master workbook. I have to create 30 copies of this workbook, 1 for each site. Each workbook will have small differences in the data held. This is because I will refresh the sheet before saving it. There is a dropdown list on the 1st tab of the workbook that contains the names of the sites. The sequense, I suppose would be like: select the next name on the dropdown list"calculate" the spreadsheet to enable the refreshsome sort of "save-as" with the name from the dropdown list forming the name of the file. The Master file must be kept intact.select the next name from the dropdown listcalculate the sheet ........and so on I have a few other things I will add to the script like Protect Sheet etc.
I have had some problems closing down a workbook that I have. During a save and close.
A duplicate file appears and causes considerable time delay...sometimes even causes a windows crash. I can't find the source of the problem, but I have noticed that in the Windows Task Manager, the file is there as well, yet not visible on the screen.
I have a macro which works well. All it does is save a file to a specified location on my network. However, after a file is saved there is no prompt telling the user that the file was saved successfully leaving them wondering whether the macro actually worked.
VB: Public Sub SaveAs() ThisFile = Range("X2").Value ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:="legdcAudits" & ThisFile & ".xlsm", FileFormat:=52 End Sub
i have this macro that saves into specific folder dependant on cell values and it works spot on with the exception that my po numbers are like st010,st011,st012 etc etc but when it saves it doesnt have the st in front. ive tried numerous ways but to no avail
When I prepare a file with macro's (to be used by other people), I save this file as a template with macro's with the extension *.xltm (template with macro). Therefore no one can overwrite my file. These other people can open this template (e.g. double-click, but not file-open). But when these people save this file, Excel automatically saves it as a normal Excel-file with the extension *.xlsx. Ok, a message is seen after pressing <enter> or clicking Save, but does normal users know, what they have to do then?
If I'm making a template with macro's, I want Excel to have this file saved as a file with macro's. Whatever did I make a file with macro's for? Is this a bug or is it done on purpose?
I am using Excel 2007. I have pasted my code below. It works fine unless it has a space, in which case it inserts %20. In this case, sRange2 = ActiveSheet.Range("E11") will always have a space in it since this is where i store a job's name.
Sub Macro1() Dim sRange1 As String Dim sRange2 As String Dim sRange3 As String Dim sRange4 As String Dim sFullPath As String
I have a table that lists names, eligibility and # of people. That is just one worksheet. I have a total of 30 worksheets in that workbook. The column with the names is completely filled out. I entered a number in the eligibility and # of people columns and Excel copied all three cells (name, eligibility and # of people) to the same cells on all of the worksheets. I have no formula in any of the cells, nor do I have anything linked.
This is probably a VBA thing, but there might be a simpler solution. Either would be grand!
Basically, I have a four sheet workbook that needs to be printed out in its entirety (no problem doing that ); however, I would like the final sheet (called "Room Data") to be printed, let's say ten times.
So basically I'd get a single print of the first three sheets and ten of the "Room Data".
Any ideas on how to do this without having to manually print the final sheet multiple times or creating ten identical sheets in the workbook?
Question 1) Is there a way that whenever I select Cell B39 that it will copy cells B39:V39 ? From there I can manually paste that selection to where I need to.
If this is possible, it would save the effort of having to select B39:V39 manually and clicking CTRL-C. I am gathering data and the copying and pasting is killing me.
Question 2) Is it possible that when I click on Cell A9 that it can paste any data that I just copied from another worksheet to cells A9:D29? The size of the selection that I would copy is the same size as A9:D29 (4 columns & 29 rows).
I have searched for a solution, but I am not having much luck since I am anaware of the proper terminology for these types of actions.
I am working on a macro that copies tabs from the spreadsheet the macro (button) is located in, creates a new book for them, and then pastes values so that no formulas still exist. The problem I am having is with named ranges. The named ranges do not reference the new sheet, but rather the old spreadsheet. This is fine because the new file is solely for presentation, however, one macro (which selects print ranges based on user selected checkboxes) tries to reference the old spreadsheet once it runs. I would like the macro that I currently have working, to also make this macro in the NEW spreadsheet so that it can still highlight the correct print area when used. The macro does not reference the name of the workbook at any point, it is purely "Range("ai10") type references so I don't understand why it is trying to open the old sheet back up.
I have a list of references in a range (A5:A98) in a worksheet called "Architectural". What I am trying to do is create a seperate worksheet based on each cell value in the range. However, rather than blank worksheets, I would like each new worksheet to be a copy of a worksheet called "Template". If possible, I would like to have the name of each worksheet also put into cell B2 of each copy.
I want to copy a range of cells and paste them in two different locations and have the new cells relate in data using a command button. This button would be clicked an infinite amount of times to provide the amount of copies desired and to be pasted underneath the previous copy. Example:.............
I have 5 opened files. I have copied into those files a set of formulas from my master sheet (with the macro). In A3 of ALL the open files, there is a date (ex. Date: 1/4/2014) Based on that date I want to copy the result of what I copied into the files (below is the code that I used to copy into the open files, maybe I could add something to create a named range of the resulting paste) back into the master sheet into a tab called 2014 and into a cell two cells below the cell in row 12 with the MATCHING date.
I am looking for a Macro, which would first ask me to input the member notation in a new tab (Say M1 in the example). After I give the input as M1 or M2 or M2 or so on, it would display only rows for Section 1 (min and max values) and section 4 (min and Max values)(highlighted in Red). I know it is petty simple, but I am still an amateur with regards to Macros.